National Portrait Gallery: 100 Photographs Paperback
Format: 150 x 150mm
Word Count: c.11,000 words
Shipping: United Kingdom
Royal Mail Standard (not tracked) 3 - 5 working days from £2.95
Royal Mail Signed for (tracked) 3 - 5 working days from £4.95
Royal Mail SD Guaranteed Next Day (for orders placed before 12:00pm Monday to Thursday) £8.95
DHL Courier 2 - 3 working days £11.95
Free UK Shipping on orders over £50
Shipping: International (10-14 working days)
Royal Mail International Europe - from £9.00
Royal Mail International Rest of the World - from £10.00
DHL Courier Europe Shipping - from £30.00
DHL Courier Rest of the World and USA - from £35.00
Shipping costs calculated at checkout.
Ordering to the EU:
Please click here for more information about how EU orders are processed and shipped including IOSS.
Please note that international customs duties and sales taxes may apply to some orders outside the UK, and that the customer is liable for these charges.
Further information on shipping rates, returns and damages can be found here
Teemill Shipping charges: UK Mainland - £4.00 Europe - £6.00 International (ROW) - £7.00
Teemill shipping rates are charged separately to National Portrait Gallery shipping charges. Please note that both shipping charges may apply in some cases due to items being shipped from different locations.
Covid-19: See our COVID-19 Prevention Policy page.
The National Portrait Gallery is home to more than a quarter of a million photographs that provide a fascinating commentary on British history and culture and on the development of photographic practice from its beginnings in the 1840s to the present day. With an introduction by the Gallery’s Head of Photographs, this book reveals the stories and techniques behind some of the most popular images in the Gallery’s Collection.
100 Photographs presents a selection of images of significant individuals who have shaped the last 180 years of British life, from Charles Darwin to David Attenborough, from Virginia Woolf to Kate Moss, captured by photographers as diverse as Oscar Rejlander, Julia Margaret Cameron and Mario Testino. Each image is accompanied by an extended caption with key information on the sitter and the artist.